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All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Saturday’s national papers…

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are set to battle for £60m-rated Leicester City star James Maddison this summer.

Manchester United are keen to lure Everton hitman Richarlison to Old Trafford this summer, according to reports.

New Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag reportedly intends to be ‘100 per cent’ involved in the club’s transfer business.

Juventus want to sign Chelsea star Jorginho this summer, according to reports.

Chelsea have refused to allow Conor Gallagher on loan to play in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Ralf Rangnick has the worst record of any Manchester United manager in the Premier League following a 1-0 defeat at struggling Everton.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Jesse Lingard is tempted by a move to Italy this summer, with former manager Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma being one of three Serie A sides interested in the impending free agent.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Erik ten Hag remains in talks with Manchester United with his future unresolved although Robin van Persie is lined up as a potential coaching assistant at Old Trafford.

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea launched a stunning tirade lamenting his teammates after losing to Premier League strugglers Everton.

Paris Saint-Germain leaders are reportedly fed up with Brazilian star Neymar on and off the pitch.

Both Todd Boehly and the Ricketts family are expected to offer Chelsea fans a ‘golden share’ in their final bids for the Premier League club and guarantee supporters a veto over key decisions.

Justin Langer is believed to be toning down the idea of ​​coaching England despite his patriotism for Australian rivals the Ashes, but he wants to take control of the game’s three formats.

The Saudi-backed golf series claims to have recruited two Ryder Cup stars who have been world number one ahead of its launch in England this summer.

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Carlos Tevez is set to visit Antonio Conte at Tottenham’s training ground next week due to a potential shock return to the Premier League.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Real Madrid have launched a new charm offensive to snatch Norwegian striker Erling Haaland from the clutches of Manchester City.

Erik ten Hag gave a chilling response when asked about reports that he is set to be named Manchester United’s next boss.

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Erik ten Hag set to be named new Manchester United manager

Steven Gerrard is set to oversee a squad overhaul at Aston Villa this summer, with surprise names such as Ezri Konsa and Tyrone Mings potentially up for grabs, as he plots a move for Joe Gomez from Liverpool and Yves Brighton’s Bissouma as well as the difficult decision whether on loan Philippe Coutinho’s wage demands could one day fit into the club’s structure.

Manchester United face further financial problems if they fail to reach the Champions League next season due to performance-related clauses in sponsorship deals with TeamViewer and Adidas.

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Derby County’s potential new owner has confirmed he wants Wayne Rooney to stay in charge next season.

Gareth Bale was brought back from the cold at Real Madrid by making his first appearance at the club’s Santiago Bernabeu stadium since February 2020 – but was audibly booed by sections of the club’s fans.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Chelsea’s first black player, Paul Canoville, has told three of the club’s shortlisted candidates that he wishes they would do more to tackle anti-black racism if they succeed in gaining control.

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Fear of backlash from sponsors has discouraged top female cyclists from publicly speaking out against the controversial transgender orientation, according to one of the leading campaigners calling for cycling to change its rules.

Lewis Hamilton said he felt uncomfortable after members of Formula 1’s governing body failed to wear face masks during a driver briefing for the Australian Grand Prix in Sunday.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Derby County boss Wayne Rooney has shelled out £20million for a Downton Abbey-style mansion in Cheshire, which includes an underground spa and wine cellar.

THE SUN OF SCOTLAND

UEFA have given Ukraine the option of playing in the World Cup semi-final against Scotland on May 31 or June 1, with the earlier date potentially meaning Andy Robertson will play 72 hours after the match. Champions League final, if Liverpool get there.

An unnamed Celtic player was involved in a car crash outside Celtic Park on Saturday night following the club’s 7-0 demolition from St Johnstone – none of the parties involved were injured.

DAILY RECORDING

Leigh Griffiths has revealed the boos from Celtic fans during his last appearance for the club against West Ham last summer brought him to tears on his way home.

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